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Sweet Seduction

Sweet Seduction

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    5 m
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    5 m
J. Kunkel

J. Kunkel

My husband and I concocted this one night, and it is so good, I just had to share it! So ladies if you're into sweet cocktails, this is the one for you!

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  1. Measure the rum, banana liqueur and pineapple juice into a cocktail shaker. Add a generous scoop of ice. Cover and shake until the outside is frosty, about 30 seconds. Strain into a glass filled with ice and gently pour the grenadine on top. It should float.
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IMVINTAGE
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IMVINTAGE

8/6/2007

Thsi was a bit too sweet for me so I added an oz of Absolut vodka...it was absolutely perfect after that. LOL I had a feeling the grenadine was going to sink, not float & even though I poured it very carefully onto the back of a spoon, I was right. It immediately sank to the bottom. Could be the fault of the bartender though...a fancy, flair bartender, I am not. Maybe I need more practice? LOL I think it looks just as pretty down there as it would floating on top though. ;o) I garnished w/ a marashino cherry & a sprig of chocolate mint. Thansk for a recipe I'll enjoy again & again, J. Kunkle. BTW love the name!

DIZ♥
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DIZ♥

4/7/2009

This was excellent, although I'm not sure I ended up with the right drink. The only banana liquor I could find was banana flavored rum, so used 2 oz. of it instead of everything else. It turned out like the picture and was very punch like. In fact, it would make a great punch for a bridal shower or a wedding. You could really get the ladies hammered!

Shecook
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Shecook

11/10/2009

The drink is okay. I like to add soda water (club soda) to my drinks or instead of juice to make sure they are not too sweet

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